Latest Trends & Whether They Will Last
The trends from this year that may or may not last. As new seasons come and go, so does fashion. As fast as something becomes the next style staple, it can be a fashion “no” in almost the same amount of time. The trends for this fall/winter are both great for class and something you probably already have in your closet for the upcoming seasons.
Red has definitely been the “it” color this season. Wearing all red to class can make you feel powerful, which is something we all love. If you want to let everyone know exactly who you are and how you plan to slay all year long, this color is perfect for you. recommend adding velvet to you fall lineup.
Fringe is far from being a new trend, but it has started to evolve itself in casual fashion. Fringe jackets and tops are great with jeans for a fun and free-flowing look. Fringe pants or skirts give a fun spin on a classic look.
Cozy Jackets and Sweaters
Look, we aren’t saying you can be cute and be sick, but there’s only so much a filter on Snapchat can hide. Without sacrificing health in the name of fashion, outerwear with elements like fur and velvet have been style staples, and allow you to look chic while still comfortable.
In light of the world possibly ending, one thing designers haven’t shied away from is adding the current political climate into fashion. Shirts with statements like “riot now” and “the future is female” can be seen everywhere and allows you to show exactly where you stand on certain issues while still looking chic. You can also rock this trend in a dressy or casual way, depending on your preference.
While sheer dresses, shirts, and even bodysuits were fun and even nostalgic at first, the trend is now beginning to taper off. Wearing clothes that show the inner workings of your anatomy can be a freeing experience, but too much of it makes it less of a statement piece. Instead, it’s a statement that the look simply isn’t working.
Platform sneakers are another nostalgic trend that needs to stay in the past. The reason most of us wear sneakers is because we want to be comfortable and not risk falling on our way to class. Platform sneakers completely defeat that purpose and are also not appealing to the eyes. Wearing traditional sneakers or traditional platforms works fine, but pairing the two isn’t the best match.